Geometry tells us that the distance of the horizon, the farthest point the eye can see, depends simply on the height of the observer; making it unique to each of us. This series of landscapes taken at my eye level, exhibit the fundamental formal similarity and rhythm of the common horizon line, providing a personal space of 2.42 miles. This space is individual to each of us and yet barely considered as such when we experience the landscape. In this photographic series I wanted to explore this consistent geometric theory and the consequent juxtaposition that the horizon line offers us possibilities, yet also, so distinctly establishes a boundary.
Laura Carter • Emma Errington • Olivia Foster • Andrea Fox • Felicity McMahon • Emily Pratt • Henrietta Richardson • Mariana Sabio • Beatriz Temudo •